Hi, i would like to know how can i plot a three dimentionnal phase space (mathematica), for this kind of differential equations:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

x'= (z^2(x-4y+z)+y^2(x+z)+z(x*y-x^2))/(z^2+x^2-2)

y'=y(y-3)+z(4y-z)+3(1-x^2)-2(y-3z)(z^2(x-4y+z)+y^2(x+z)+z(x*y-x^2))/x(z^2+x^2-2)

z'=2y-z(z^2(x-4y+z)+y^2(x+z)+z(x*y-x^2))/x(z^2+x^2-2)

do i need to solve numerically this system and then plot its solution?

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# A Phase space plot

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